Vote for Rossi

Definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Washington voters do a great job of living up to this definition when it comes to our elected officials. In election after election, we send the same people to Olympia always expecting a different result, only to hear about the same, unresolved issues four years later. Washington voters have a chance to break this cycle in 2008 by electing Dino Rossi as governor.

Definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Washington voters do a great job of living up to this definition when it comes to our elected officials. In election after election, we send the same people to Olympia always expecting a different result, only to hear about the same, unresolved issues four years later. Washington voters have a chance to break this cycle in 2008 by electing Dino Rossi as governor.

Dino Rossi has a plan to fix our transportation problems that have been plaguing us for more than 25 years. Instead of talking endlessly about a new viaduct, a widening of hwy 520, a widening of I-405 and an expansion of highways 167 and 18, Rossi will act. He has an ambitious plan to start moving on all of these projects and yes, it will be expensive but it will only get more expensive the longer we wait. The current governor’s transportation plan is to criticize Rossi’s transportation plan and offer no solutions of her own. She has been governor for four years and our traffic has only gotten worse.

On taxes, we all know that Gregoire is not the least bit sincere


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